Bargain Stocks

Generally speaking, the purchase of assets for less than their fair market value is considered to be a bargain purchase. A stock that is considered to be a bargain must trade for less than it’s worth based on the per-share value of its assets. But judging value or worth of a stock also involves a matter of opinion about such things as the potential for growth of sales, earnings, cash flow, etc. Selecting stocks that are perceived to be a bargain is also known as value investing.

Profit from going green

Haywood Securities analyst Colin Healey reports Greenlane Renewables Inc. (TSX—GRN) announced its first deployment of development capital to an unnamed project developer focused on dairy cluster renewable natural gas (RNG)   Read More